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Vol! XXIII]_ THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1823._ [No. 6362 TUB STEAMBOAT POT 0*1 A C HAScommeneedherusual route. '|Jiich •nil not be change ! without due no* i tice oeing given Leaves Richmond on Sunday morning, at G o’clock, City Point alter toe arrival of tiie stage from Peters burg and Norfolk, at 9 o’clock, on [lion day morning, touching at Old Point Com fort; arrives at Alexandria and Washing ton on Fus^liy morning, liet'irning: Leaves Washington at 8 o’ clock, A'exandria at 9, on Thursday mor ning, arrive* at Old Point Comfort and Norfolk on Friday morning, and proceeds j d.rect to City Point and Richmond Present rates of *are, including meals and table drink, between Washington and Norfolk, d.II; Alexandria and Norfolk d. |o bo; between Norfolk and City Point p.4; between Norfolk and Ricnmond d,5. The Potomac Steam Boat Company having extended fhe r line from Norfolk to City Point and Richmond in consequence of tde failure of their repeated applications to the James River Steam Boat Company to mwer the tare, so as to encourage 'rav elling on this route between Richmond ana Washington, now have to congratu late the public «-n tbvir complete success in obtaining the object. I ravellers will at once see the advantage of making their arrangements so as to do all their travel ling on the day the Potomac runs, march 18_^ FORTRESS MONROE,y Norfolk. April 15. ^ WANTED, \ T Fortress Monroe, Norfolk, to be employed by ip**, 30 or 40 first rate Stone Masons ^ The wages will be One Dollar and Fifty Cents per day. BOLITHA LAWS. (j^r The Editors of the Baltimore Fed eral Gazette, Poulson’s Philadelphia Dai ly Advertiser, and the Ncv-Y ork Com mercial Advertiser, are requested to pub lish the above advertisement, until the ex piration of this Month; and send their ac counts to this Office tor payment, april 15_130 \ Grand State Lottery of Ma ryland. 100,000 DOLLARS HIGHEST PRIZE, Commence* drawing in tbectyot tfal timore on the 28th NEX1 MON FH. I Tickets, £T2 00 ; Quarters, 3 00 ; Halves, 9 00 ! Eighths, 1 50 | Full Schemes to be had gratis. THE MONUMENT LOTTERY I will commence on the 14th ol next month, aud will be completed in sixteen dewing* un|y—contains more capital phizes than usual, and will all be floating, (except two) on I be very first day. Whole ticket* dIo I Quarters 2 5o Halves 5 | Eighths 1 25 O^rTickets and shares in both lotteries and hi the greatest variety ot numbers to be had at COHENS Lottery and Exchange Oflice, 114, Mar ket street, Where in the three last State Lotteries the great capitals of 4o ooo, 2o,ooo, and lo.o**o were sold, besides no less than NINE capitals ol Dbooo each! And where were also *old the great capitals ot So ooo, and 2o.ooo, being the two highest in ’he last Washington Monument Lottery. Orders from any part ot the U. States, hy mail, (post paid,) or by private con veyance, enclosing the cash or prizes in any of the Baltimore lotteries, will meet vrith the most prompt a'tenlion, addressed to I 1 COHEN, Jr. Baltimore, »pr 24 __ n its. J. H, RU XX ELLS HAS just rec’d at his new commission Hat and Shoe Store, Kmg-street, several cases •f Elastic Water Proof Hats, oi tong knaps and newest fashion, from the well known manufactory of Messrs. Lanoson and Clap, of Ballttnore, .which . w»il be sold for cash only. 25 __ To Rent. The subscriber wishes to rent for one or tnore years, his wharf and warehouse. The warehouse is A stories high, tire proof, and having everv convenience tor an extensive business. The wharf is 110 feet in length, and 40 in breadth, and has water of suffi cient depth lor the largest vessels. * JONAH THOMPSON siig IS if District of Columbia, Omnly of Alexandria. \\TAS committed to the jail of this ▼ f county, on the 22d iast. a black man, who call? hi/n«elt Richard Veters; and says he is the property of Messrs. Gray *V Pankey, tobacco manufacurers, of Kirhtnond, Va He appears to be about 27 years of age, 5 feet, b inches high, well made and quite black. There are uo vi sible scars about him. The owner or owners of said negro are requested to ^*me forward, prove property, and pay '•targes, otherwise, he wdl be disposed ol as the law directs, ANDREW ROUNSAVELU apr 21 law£at ^ Jailor. Phineus Jannej, HAS just received II bales of cotton sup. quality, 25 boxes sperm can dles branded Collin. In Store, 25 boxes sperm candles, branded Rod man 6 tierce* spermaceti oil 2 tons white lead ground in oil 6 bbls Venetian red 20 kegs Spanish brown 3 cases patent water proof hats 15 tons Russia clean hemp Russia and Haven’s duck Do sheeting English pine apple cheese D<> mustard in boxes of 10 doz bottles ■ Do sewing and herrrirg twine Do shoe thread Cambric and jaconet muslins, Marseilles quilting Spotted cravat hdkfs Figured Nankin silks Black “i>k shawls Nankin crape gown patterns Black galoons and ribbons Claret wint in cases of I doz each Loai sngar Philad, refined Cut nails and biads 210 tors Swedes’ and English iron Assorted flat bars from li inches to 6 inches wide, and from 4 to 1 inch thick. Square bars from i inch to 3 inches Round Irom i inch to li inches Plough plates and ia. d sides Swedish steel in bundles—For sale on accommodating terms._4mo 12_ | Kilts & Shoes. Just Received | By the Subscribers A lull supply ot ladies black ana colored ? kid and morocco slippers Ladies do do plain and figured satin do | Misses do do kid and morocco do , Children’s leather and morocco boots and shoes Men’s fine (and low priced) lined and bound do Large and small boys do do do ALSO, Men’s and boys’ imitation beaver and low priced FCti HATS Men’s and boys’ black &, white wool bats do do Leghorn (very nice) do LlkF.WlSF, ONE C*-E Ladies’ Leghorn Bonnets. A few cases ladies’ straw do A lew misses Leghorn eipseys (verv nice) All the above articles will be sold cheap for CASH. TRUE & HARMON, april 15 3w . REMOVAL. BOOT&!! SHOEm ^making establishment r 1 ^.lb subscriber has removed nes' door i I to Mr. Brassineton’s, on King Mreet, J and near the intersection of King and Hoy- j al street*. He makes coots aud shoes of every description of the best quality and ol first rate materials ; he intends constant ly to employ ibe best ol journeymen ; la- j dies may be accommodated with boots : and *hoes of the newest fashion, and in ! tbe finest s'yle Country merchants and ; other* will be supplied upon the most la vorable terms. He hopes that from his attention to busi ness, & the superiorityot bis workmanship when he formerly resided in this place, dial n- will obtain i portion of public lavor. He pledges himself to use his utmost efforts to please his customers. i MATTHEW SEXSMITH , feb 6_^f : Caution. | ALL persons are forwarned from pur- J chasing tbe following TOBACCO AfOTE the same having been lost or mis* . laid, and a new one substituted;—the de livery ot the old one Mopped. C. $. No. 224, 1134,110, 1024, Inspected 2d Au gust, 1322, at Thornton Warehouse Signed JOHN MCN'CASTER, Inspector. DAN. MoNKOE. apiil 15 ^aw3t Land to Rent, | Fi^HE subscriber wishing to live a le*s 1 .1 irksome life, by relieving himself of some of histemporal cares, is desirous to farm out, or let on rent for one or more 1 years, the PLANTATION, or Farm, on which he now reside*, either with or without the Stock and hands, a? may be desirable—To a good and careful tenant the terms would be advantageous. Or with a view to effect the same ob ject, would engage as a Manager or Over* seer, a steady industrious man of sober habits, capable of faking I he entiie direc tion and management ot his agricultural concern*. Persons wishing to engage in either way, will please to make applica tor. to the Subscriner. (Charles County Vlaryland) about five miles below Piscata 'fa>* PHILIP I. FORD. oct 94, _ Removal. joiix //. nuxxELLS ; RE-PECTFl LLY informs hi« friend? and customer?, that tie has removed j NEXT DOOR TO Dr. WASHINGTON, i come, of Koyal and King-streets, where he off -r9 a variety of lancy goods on rea sonable terms, and a great variety o! numbers in the new lottery to be drawn next month in Baltimore . Schemes of e»chc n he had gratis t»y calling at his Mfice, and all inlorraalioc respecting lotte~ no«. *pr'l Cotton Yarn. TAMES C. & R BARRY being ap >! pointed Agents by the “ Union Manu facturing Company of Alary land for the sale of their cotton yarn, take this oppor tunity to acquaint their friends and the public that they have just received a very large supply per the Baltimore Packet, which they will sell to dealers in that arti cle at the FACTORY PRICES FREE OB EXPENSE. (fc^Country merchants who want their supply, will at once see the advantage of receiving that article in Alexan dria at the Baltimore price, tree ot risk and freight. The long established supe riority of this cotton over all others manu factured in the U. States, makes it unne cessary to >*y any thing further, relative to its quality As oiirsupply will be made weekly, our town and country customer? may re'y on their orders being promptly attended to. They have also on hand a general assortment of ' BUY GO BBS, comprising almost every article in that hue, which will be sold very low by wholesail or retail* on accommodating [p- v.s. mar 25 Bottles, White Lead, etc. OZ* Hamper’s porter and wine bottle?, ' just received per sloop Adelia, from New York, ami fors.ale hv SAMUEL MESSERSMITH, Who has in Store, 200 kegs Eng. and America! white lead, ground in oil 100 mat? cassia 4000 wt St Domingo coffee J8 M superior Havana segars in whole, half and qr hoses 16 half chests imperial and gun powder tea do 120 two lb canisters do in boxes containing 20 canister* 2 hhds Antigua rum 4 tierces cloverseed 15 qrca9ks Malaga wine 10 do do Canaiy do 14 boxes Sicily lemons in prime order 10 bbls new prime* beef 20 do whiskey 40 bundles sugar loaf paper,4*c &c april 5__ Russia Goods. 300 pieces Russia sheetings 650 do. diapers 290 do. 1st 4* 2d quality Russia duck 220 do. Leavy & light ravens do. 35 tons hemp 75ooo quills 5 bales feather?. For sale on liberal term® by mar 8 ^ M. FQWLF. k CO For Sale or Freight, &XT. The good 9choon?r MARY, Dean 22ifcSmith, master ; burthen about 625 barrels, and in good order for a voyagi* Apply to JOHN H. LADD &. Co. U'Ao have for sale by said vessel, 1100 bushed Turks Island salt 40 barrels N. E. rum 4 casks seal oil april ft , Best Chewing Tobacco. p* p* Kegs and half kegs of inanufac H| r^ tured tobacco, 8’s, !2’s, &. pound twists, Barclay’s brand, warrant ed superior to any in the dis trict ; just received by the schooner Ten nessee, Irom Richmond, and for sale by JOHN D. BROWN, agent, mar 1__ Family Fish. ORDERS lett at James Mankins's booth oh the fish wharf, for family fish, will be thanktully received and faithfully at tended to, by Lewi? Hipkin?, who will personally attend to tbeir being well put up. april I DYING. THE subscriber still continue? to car* ry on the Dying Business as usual, a few doors below the Mechanics bank,where Black, Blue, Green, Yellorc, Brown, Lead, tf?itl a variety of colours can be given to dresses, shawls, £^c. Leghorn bonnets dyed or bleached. Meri no shawls scoured and dyed lemon color, without injuring the border. All orders from town and country, will be particular ly attended to with punctuality and des patch. ROBERT G.LANPHIER march 13 H Bolting Cloths. JONATHAN JANNEY, has for sale an assortment of Boltitig Cloths of Superior Quality. AH orders from Miller? or others will be particularly attended to. A constant supply of Ground Plaster, for sale by the ton, barrel oi bushel^ at very redoced price. (rtrCashgiven for empty barrel*. 9 mo 9__*a*tf ~ Wm. Fowle $ Co. Have just received KH barrel? Baltimore whiskey 50 casks nails (assorted sizes) 4 hogsheads copperas 40 bushels fresh clover seed, mar 4 Whiskey. IJacon, etc. LINDSAY & HILL have just received from Philadelphia 30 hhds rye whiskey m STORE, 30,000 wt. Cumberland bacnn 6 hhds fir«t quality N 0 sugar 60 kegs Ohio butter 150 bushels clover seed, and FAMILY FLOUR. apr 1 tf For Freight, The schr- CHARITY, captain ._ Pike, burthen 800 barrel*; will be ready for a Ire'ght to-morrow, «i hich wili be taken lor some northern port in prefer* . eDce. Apply to JOHN H. LADD & Co. jWho have received, per said vessel, and ofler lor sale, loo casks Thomaston iime 4oo bushe’s potatoes 7o barrels apples march 20 _ Coarse Salt, etc. John II. Ladd & Co. OFFER tor pale, the cargo of schooner ( Cygnet, of 2ooo bushels Ragged is- ; j land salt, white and of superior quality ; | I the purchaser can have »he privilege of 1 bonding the duties, if applied for immedi ately. Also, 8 tons Brazi’ette wood For Freight. The superior schr. Cygnet, capt. JSmBRich, burthen about 5oo barrels ; will be ready in three or four days for the reception of a cargo. Apply to JOHN H. LADD & Co. march 20_ For Boston (or dome Eastern port,) The good scbr. ONLY SON, 5i2ifeDaniel Small master; burthen a bout Gno barrels, and will soon be ready to load. Apply to march 20 JOHN H. LADD fc Co. For Freight, rjSr Thealoop PRESIDENT, cap j£jjgfnin Titcocib ; is an excellent vessel, carries about Goo barrels, and will be ready for a cargo in three days. Apply to WM. FOWLED Co. Who have rec'd per said sloop and for sale 12 hogsheads ? muscovado 22 barrels $ SUGARS. 20 barrels N. E. rum 40 do tanners’ oil 14.ooo feet merchantable lumber roar 18__ For Freight, fcAT. Tbe scb.-. MIND, W. Rogers, ) TfeGjpZ.mastpr; carries about 800 bbls; is a good vessel and will be ready for a car go in three days. Apply to WM. FOWLE & Co. apnl 19 __ For Charleston & Savannah, 44^ The good schooner MYSTIC, Jggft&Abiel G ore, master; burthen about j 1000 bbls. and will be ready to load in a few days. Also, For Boston, jlAJ. The good schooner MARY JUNth. SPEAK, Robert Perry, master; burthen 750 bbls. and will be ready to load to-morrow- Apply to , apnl 15 JOHN M, LADD fc Co. For Charleston, 8. C. LS[\ The schooner MINERVA, Nick* master; burthen about 625 bbls.; a good vessel, and can be dispatch ed immediately. For Boston, The schr. FOUR BROTHERS, ] Jcapt Nicherson; burthen about 650 b jIs. She is a good vessel, aud now rea dy to load. Apply to JOHN H. LADD k Co. Who have for sale by said vessels, 85 tierces new Rice 100 bbls tar 4 casks superior lamp oil 11 casks vinegar 20 boxes mould candlex 8 boxes oranges 12 casks butter 2 hhds rectified rum • 4 bbls rose Cinnamon, anniseed, Peppermint cordial 4 bales upland cotton 40 reams wrapping paper# For Cowes, The superior brig ANN, captain jfiHtSnow, will sail for Cowes about the 28th inat. and Mcomroodale’le? Pa gers. Apply to VYA1. FOWLt tr Co. april __ For Sale, MTHE LAND & HOUSE o* Stump Hill, ‘ately owned by Mn Nor ton, beingaboutTWENTY ONE ACRES well enclosed; on the lit tie river turnpike road, 2 miles irons Alex andria The garden contains many valua ble shrubs, vines, and Iruil tree-.- The sitonfion is handsome and healthy. Possession may be had immediately-— The time of payment will be reasonably extended to au.t the p»rchj6*crkANXH March II, _ Maryland Tobacco, Purchased by JOHN H LAPP » 6o. Maryland Tobacco. Purchat-d by WM. FOWI.F, k C», Sugars. Molasses, Rum, &c. JOHN H. LADD 4* Co, HAVE for sale, on favorable terms 45 lihds muscovado sugais 50 boxes brown Havana sugars 70 hhds molasses 35 hbds West India ) 3 do Jamaica >RUM. 300 bbls N. England ) 13 pipes Cognac 4* Marseilles brandy 3 pipes Holland gin 350 bbls old rye whiskey 25 nipps de Araujos & Rlandv k Co. Madeira wine, in casks ol 12 gall9. 40 qr casks Pico Madeira, Lisbon cargo Teneritfe, Sicily, Madeira 4* currant wines GO bags Havana and St. Horn, coflee G5 barrel N. York prime beef 550 boxes Marseilles, marbled, white and Philadelphia yellow soap 75 boxes mould candles 10 do sperm do 700 tons plaister 20 boxes window glass various sizes 70 dozen best olivp oil Liverpool coarse saJt,sppnr. and roirinon whaleoil, smoked herrings.bids, colouring, weaver’s reeds, bops,glaub.salts, ploughs, cut naih, writing pappr,quills.hats, shoes, boots, Havana and Philadelphia vegarv, figs, filberts, rice, cotton, vinegar, sugar loaf paper, binders boards, 4*c &c. march 15 tf A. C. Cazenove te Co HAVE received by the last arrivals 50 bales domestic cotton goods of every description 1 bale sup fine sattinetts Eono lbs cotton yarn (superior quality !5o kegs cut nails, all sizes 2o bales Alabama cotton 5o baskets fresh Bordeaux «alad oil Also, by the Robert Fulton, arrived at New York, from Liverpool. 5 trunks cambric prints and calicoes 1 case steam loom shirtings, by the Germania, at Baltimore, irom Bre men 12 bales Burlaps 2 cases best Ticklenburgs apr 8___ Withers Sc Washington are now opening a very neat assortment of STRING GOODS: consisting of Irish linens and long lawns Russia and Irish sheeting Superfine and low priced calicoes Plaid and stripe Cambiic Ginghams Plain and figured book muslins Jaconets & swiss do Book muslin hdkfs Cambric and common Dimities Striped levant iries and Grosde Naples* Linen cambric and cambric hcJkls Plain and figured Canton crapes Merino points and ^elia hdkfs Flae and Bandanna hdkls 4-4 & 6-4 cotton cambrics Jaconet do april 5tf i he Subscribers HAVE a constant supply of the follow ing goods on consignment, and loi4 sale on reasonable term« :— A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. Madeira wine. N. E. Rum Whiskey Bordeaux salad oil, of best quality* Loaf sugar in barrels Sperm, mould and dipt candles American and Windsor soap Segar9. American and Spanish Swedes iron, hoop and rod do Cut nails and brads, all sizes Carolina moss Cotton and cotton yarn Window glass, all sizes Duponts’ gunpowder Manufactured tobacco, of the very best quality And as usual, a general Assortment of American''! British German ! GOODS India }> by package or Woolen l piece. Cotton & ! Linen J leb 25_ Torter Ale & Cider. THE subscriber has now ready for de livery, and will keep constantly tor sale, at thestore formerly occupied by Mr. J- Green, at the oyster dock wharf, very Best bottled Porter, Ale and Crab Cider, cither by wholesale or retail* Customers in town, may always have it DELIVERED AT THEIR HOUSES without any additional charge, 23 he has a man employed for that purpose* HIS LIQUORS WARRANTED GOOD, or no charge,—Country customers can always be supplied, on tbe shortest uotice and very best terms. A general Assortment of Groceries for sale as usual, 25.000 lbs HOPS, just received and for sale by THOMAS WHITTLE, »pri I 19 AGEA T. The Subscriber HAS received per schooner Cent, and for sale 19 coils patent'cordage, Lewis & Co’s manulacture 2 bales Alicant floor mat9 JOHN RUMNET. april 19 _ -1, job ruurnjvu HtATLY *X£COTK» AT TB*< •»»!««.